Question about the best way to set up @font-face for custom fonts. [more inside]
How can I print in a different font than the one I see on screen in Firefox, easily and with as few clicks as possible? [more inside]
Where can I find a list of fonts that can be legally embedded using @font-face? [more inside]
What're the best practices these days for including custom fonts in web design? [more inside]
FontFilter: Is it OK to distribute a "paid" font, in order for visitors to properly view a (small, personal) website? [more inside]
How you do you usually set font sizes in CSS? [more inside] [more inside]
Is there a blackletter typeface in default Windows installations? – or at least a fairly common one? I've got an idea for a website with blackletter drop caps and the occasional heading. I'd rather not resort to images since it's otherwise all C.S.S.
What user-agents reliably support the @font-face rule in CSS? According to Microsoft, IE5 and up supports it. I've been trying to determine if Mozilla does, and I have no clue about Mac only browsers like Safari. Googling has not led me to a clear answer, so I turn to you all. [more inside]